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Description

Welcome to the Free Buddhist Audio podcast, relaunched to mark version 2.0 of the site. Free Buddhist Audio is an entirely user-supported project from the Triratna Buddhist Community. If you like what you hear, come and join us at www.freebuddhistaudio.com/community - and happy listening!

Customer Reviews

We need more like this

This podcast is an excellent addition, especially for the spiritual section. Most podcasts are either filled with adverts or just low in content, but not this one. I'm fairly new to Buddhism and although I've read a few books some of their talks really blew me away. Just needs more additions!

Clear, Concise and Plainly Put - Gemlike

For anyone who wishes to learn about Buddhism, or to go further and begin to explore it practically, day by day, this is the best broadcast resource on the web. It is void of any elitism or the confusion of tongues (and thoughts) of much that puts itself forward as 'buddhist' has no 'new age' attachments and is inspiring and reassuring. Listen and be prepared to learn the joy of a life perpetually new and in a state of permanent change. Kim Hatton

Good to sample

I was a bit disappointed as I wanted to find out a lot more about Buddhism but found that the speakers in the two podcasts I tried seemed to be making many references I wasn't familiar with. Also, they talked a lot but the informational content was minimal. I think you really do have spend more time than I was prepared to give, no short cut way in here. I understand of course that you can't hope for 'instant karma' but I needed more direction. Perhaps needs more direction from the podcaster as to where to start. Also the 'Touching the void' podcast was spoiled for me by the mountaineering naivity of the speaker.

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